Tag Archives: scouting

Tropical Spiderwort

tropical spiderwort

Every now and then, this weed emerges to remind producers it can be quite a formidable foe. Tropical spiderwort, also called Benghal dayflower, is a weed that came on the row-crop production scene in the early 1990s and continues to crop up from time to time. Although Palmer amaranth became the weed garnering most of the attention in the last ... Read More »

Economically Important Arthropod Pests

worm pest of peanuts

Insects and mites can cause severe economic loss, but not every field will be infested with damaging populations every year. Pest species also vary from year to year and field to field within a year. Understanding the risk factors that contribute to pest outbreaks and weekly scouting are the foundations of successful insect management. Read More »

Four Keys To Success

peanut field

The relationship between peanut yield and insect management is complicated.  • By Amanda Huber • University of Georgia Extension entomologist Mark Abney offers four keys to successful insect management in 2018. Read More »